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Interviews

Writer
Laura Broadbent
Price
$10.00
Date
2015
Publisher
Metatron
Format
Artists' Books
Size
10.5 × 17.5 cm
Length
46 pages
Genre
Poetry
Description

Interviews consists of three posthumous interviews with authors beyond the grave: Clarice Lispector, W.G Sebald, and Jean Rhys. Subjects include history, time, decay, the elusive ‘I’, the tyranny of men, fish, obscurity, the you-me, the IT, constellations, etc.

Interviews also consists of one interview between twin brothers who never existed but who nevertheless discuss the plight of the hopeless empath.

Laura Broadbent is the author of Oh There You Are I Can’t See You Is It Raining? (Snare Books 2012). She won the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry in 2012. She lives in Montréal.

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